As the ancient battlefield called the Sacred Land regenerates its magical potency, Lady Shey discovers a plot, conceived by the denizens of evil, to seize and control it. She must now help the descendants of the magical warriors who fought the war in the past to secure the battlefield's power. However, the descendants live in place where magic is outlawed, hated, and feared and the enemy has a new, deadly, shape-shifting monster, virtually undetectable, stalking her every move.
What made the experience of listening to Dawn of the Sacred Land the most enjoyable?
The series has excellent potential to be amazing. This is the first book/a prequel to the main Sacred Lands books and is mainly trying to set the stage for the upcoming war. It gives the readers the opportunity to get to know about the characters within the book. This is a great beginning to what I hope will be a very interesting and engaging series.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Lady Shey was definitely my favourite character and the author does a great job of letting us see what she may be capable of achieving if she has the courage and the will to take the fight to the, largely unknown, enemy.
Which character – as performed by Sarah Zimmerman – was your favourite?
Sarah's narration is great and she beings all the characters and the whole story to life. Getting a good narrator is key to a good audio book and Sarah is very good. Lady Shey was my favourite character.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I liked the unknown quality that was pervasive in the book in relation to the enemy that our heroes will be/are facing. The system of magic is interesting as well and its a good solid fantasy book.
Any additional comments?
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